Articles tagged Phil Walker

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Fangio denied Tourist Trophy win by inspired Hales

The Fangio family's Goodwood jinx returned at the sixth annual Revival Meeting. The great Juan Manuel never won at the track, but his nephew Juan Manuel II looked set to nip this trait in the bud on his first appearance there — until the last lap but one. The lightweight E-type Fangio was sharing with Gary Pearson in the one-hour TT Celebration race was initially involved in a spectacular fight...

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Pure class

Now in its fifth year, the Silverstone International Historic Festival continues to go from strength to strength. The 1994 version, supported for the second year by Coys, admirably upheld the tradition by attracting the best fields to be seen at any historic event this year. When the British summer broke with a vengeance for part of Sunday, it did little to dilute the sizeable crowd's enjoyment....

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Hannen fodder

The traditional June Silverstone VSCC meeting was the penultimate event to be held on the old club circuit, prior to the various F1-instigated revisions, and featured an all-ERA (or ERA-engined) race to commemorate the Bourne marques 60th anniversary. The opening event, for the Bill Phillips Trophy proved some consolation for Martin Stretton. Having suffered an engine failure at the wheel of...

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HGPCA/TGP: Donington Park

TGP goes to Wilson, as Sytner prevails in epic Pre-66 Battle An epic HGPCA battle betwen Frank Sytner and Michael Schryver, and a memorable FIA Pre-66 Historic Touring Car contest were the highlights of a busy 14-race weekend at Donington Park. The Pre-66 HGPCA race delivered a stunning tussle between Sytner (Brabham BT4) and Schryver, racing the ex-Jim Clark/John Surtees Lotus 18 for the first...

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VSCC Mallory Park

The VSCC was graced with a fabulous summer's day for its annual visit to Mallory Park, attracting what was probably the largest crowd since the Williams Trophy meeting has found its home in Leicestershire. All events produced healthy grids, assisted by the expedient of combining some categories, which resulted in some interesting variety, and a number of cars not regularly seen in VSCC racing....

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Hot Chevron pairing are simply mustard

Dijon Historic Grand Prix Jon Minshaw and Martin Stretton bagged another endurance success at a former French GP track when Dijon hosted its annual historic event in mid-July. They guided the former's Chevron B16 to victory in the three-hour race, to add to their existing Spa Six Hours title. An engine fire put the B6 of Simon Hadfield/Michael Schryver out of this race, but Hadfield's team...

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Mallory Park VSCC

In only its third visit to Mallory, the VSCC has proved that it has found an excellent home for the Williams Monaco Trophy race, formerly based at Cadwell Park, and this year's event on the 18th July produced a superb battle for the meeting's title race. In recent years the race, for two-seater Grand Prix cars, has struggled to attract a representative entry and although this year saw only ten...

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Trophée Des Ardennes

After its 1995 absence, this historic meeting has returned to Spa. Alan Cox went too. Celebrating the circuit's 75th birthday, the 15 race programme headlined with two rounds of the International Supersports Cup. Series newcomer Peter Hannen continued his unblemished Monza, record with two more wins in Charlie Agg's McLaren M8F, Sunday's performance in the wet being particularly impressive,...

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Julian clearly

Now a well-established feature of the VSCC's Mallory Park meeting, the Williams Trophy for two-seater Grand Prix cars attracted a more varied entry than of late due to a degree of latitude being allowed in adhering to the original entry criteria. As in recent years, however, traditional Bugatti representation was thin on the ground with only five examples taking the start. Favourite was Sir John...

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Around the tracks

Monaco: Grand Prix Historique Dayton leads American invasion of Monte Carlo No American has won the Monaco Grand Prix, but American drivers dominated its Historique counterpart on May 15-16, scoring three wins from six races and setting the fastest lap of the meeting. Duncan Dayton was the star of the show with back-to-back victories. He scored the first of these aboard his Lotus 16. He was...

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